Apple Notebooknotebook computer
So this is a rating from someone who owns several PCs, a 2015 13" MacBook Air and a 2015 13" MacBook Pro. I' d touched it a few occasions at the Apple Retail Shop and wasn't exactly astounded. Arriving from the MacBook Air & Pro's amazing keyboard, it seemed too different.
And while you don't get the trip you'd make with a MacBook Air or Pro, you get a satisfactory *click* every time you press a button. When you' ve used MacBook Pro 2015, you know that Force Touch tracks maintain the unbelievable precision and satisfactory smoothness of older MacBook glasses, but with a much enhanced click action that lets you click anywhere on the tracks.
MacBook carries on this great legacy. I' d been told that the 2015 Core M's were a little bit faint, but the 2016 I bought (256GB / Core M3 configuration) does almost as well as my 2015 MBP with a Core 5 CPU. I was worried about the 2015s because they only had 9 h of power, but the 2016s have pushed that up to a respectable 10, and so far I've been able to reach that figure in web browsing with about 70% display light, which is about ideal for indoors.
By 2016, I don't have to do anything like this with my ultra-portable notebook like this, but I bought a key that would allow me to hook up a 3.0 computer. The majority of peripheral devices such as printer, mouse, iPhone, etc... can be connected via bluetooth or other cordless means, so Apple was actually somehow wise to set it up this way.
Abstract: So if it's not clear yet, I really enjoy this one. In my view, this is a great second hand notebook. It' s a portable device that I use to prevent dragging my much harder MacBook Pro around with me. There are not enough multi-port options, it doesn't have a powerful CPU and it won't meet your needs if you are a powerful consumer.
However, if all you're looking for is something that's ultra-mobile and almost as good as a normal notebook, then it's just fine. The best of the Apple line of laptops.